Steps: Select the level of music you know you will be able to accurately play and record. It's best to choose something that you know is not going to challenge you too much so you don't fall apart when you try to record it!
Practise, practise, practise ... headphones on ....with the audio file. Get really confident.
Tune your harp! Find a nice quiet space.
When you are ready to video.... have your recording device set on landscape (sideways) and think about getting someone to record you, otherwise if you record on selfie mode, it comes out as a mirror image. Make sure you have harp, hands and face to keep it interesting.
Tune again, plug your headphones in, and play along, and video yourself at the same time. You can choose which audio file you play along with - they are all at the same speed - you might prefer to play with the full trio or just with your part!?!? (This might take many, many times to get it to a point where you are happy!)
When using the audio file - there are 8 d notes at the start - count in (and get your tempo) using these notes
Compromise? - no - not on the quality, and accuracy, but if you are finding it difficult to get an accurate recording of the whole piece, select your best section of the tunes - you will see the music is divided up into sections defined by a letter - please don't stop mid section - do a whole section, or more.
Please only send one video, and don't ask me to choose the best - there are lots of videos submitted and its a big task to compile them all!
Send a photo of you and harp also and we'll make a collage of them all!